Fog Free Lens Acceptance

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Finally it's clear: Opticote's FOG FREE eliminates the "white wall" condensation that occurs during the transition between environments at different temperatures. Whether for safety or convenience, Opticote's FOG FREE means the quality of vision is never compromised by condensation.

The following guidelines must be followed to insure proper application and performance:

  • Plastic, polycarbonate, trivex and high-index are acceptable lens materials.
  • Color cast materials along with Polarized lenses can be coated
  • Finished UNCUT lenses no larger than 78mm and without knife edges are required
  • Bifocals, trifocals, and slab offs can be coated – be advised of potential drip marks that may not cut out
  • Thermal cure process with dip hard coat primer and Fog Free coating, 2 day turnaround
  • TINTS cannot be coated at this time
  • Only allowable coating is original manufacturer front side hard coat – do not backside hard coat lenses.
  • Lens cleaning with an alcohol-based cleaner is highly recommended
  • Periodic rejuvenation of Fog Free coating is recommended for optimal performance.

*See our Fog Free care instructions for proper care of your lenses.
Hear all about Fog Free

Click the "play" icon below to hear our April 17, 2009 interview with Chris Vogler on the Ray Eye show, Station KFNS. Chris shares his amazement at the Fog Free product (despite a hefty dose of initial skepticism!) and discusses the benefits and potential consumer applications for Fog Free when considering both safety and convenience.

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